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 Post subject: Connect 3D?
PostPosted: Wed May 04, 2005 11:08 am 
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I am not really familar with this company. I have read reviews on their cards but i can't really find anything about the company it's self. Also, ATI is advertising their X800 XL on their web site. Does that mean Connect 3d is a good company? I am asking because they are offering the lowest prices for the X800 XL right now.


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Check out resellerratings.com


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chiller2 wrote:
Check out resellerratings.com


Resellerratings is for vendors, not manufacturers.

I haven't heard too much either way on Connect3D, which I'm inclined to view as a positive thing. If you're considering them, it'd be worth your time to email their customer support and find out how responsive they are.


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Connect 3d is a brand that you don't expect to overclock highly and work well stock. They are going to use the reference design too. If you can't justify spending like $30 more for a fancier brand with a bigger heatsink then they are good to go with.


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_alex911 wrote:
Connect 3d is a brand that you don't expect to overclock highly and work well stock.


Just an FYI on the x800xl - there shouldn't be big expectations of overclocking anyway, as most review sites top out at around 10% with the 0.11-micron card.


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Thanks for the input guys. Also i don't plan on overclocking this card. I know that the GPU is almost maxed out to begin with. I think i will just wait for the sapphire cards to come back down in price.


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